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This Easter Sunday, bring the family to a satisfying brunch in the city
Whether celebrating Easter or not, you can certainly partake in the abundance of brunch specials with seasonal treats to bolster your weekend routine. Here is a roundup of noteworthy brunches around town to help you plan your feast.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante’s eggs-traordinary Easter Brunch ($$138++ for adults, $58++ for children) features Italian brunch dishes such as Bresaola Carpaccio with Honey and Ricotta Cheese and Gnocchetti Sardi in Campidanese Sauce for Easter with unlimited supply of Prosecco, wines and activities for all. Available Apr 20, 11.30am to 3.30pm.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante, 10 Telok Blangah Green, Singapore 109178, Tel: 6510 3068
The Courtyard at The Fullerton
Experience The Fullerton Hotel’s signature chocolate buffet ($48++ for adults, $24++ for children) with Easter delights such as Chocolate Easter Bunnies & Eggs alongside signatures like Manjari Chocolate Crunch Cake, Macaé Chocolate Spoons and Chocolate Crème Brûlée.
Another highlight of the chocolate buffet is the Hot Chocolate Connoisseurs’ Bar, where the chefs will create a bespoke cup of premium hot chocolate according to your choice from a selection of eight different percentages of cocoa. Available
Apr 18 and 19, 8pm to 11pm.
The Courtyard, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178, Tel: 6877 8129
Lower East Side
Un Menú Glorioso De Pascua
(A Glorious Easter Feast, $26 per person, minimum 4 pax) is available from Apr 18 to 20. Be prepared for a staggering eight-dish affair. The Easter fiesta includes the intriguing Cuello de Pollo (fried chicken neck seasoned with salt and white pepper), moreish Spicy Mozzarella Fritters, fiery Pollo Rojo (grilled ‘red’ chicken with chilli pepper sauce), tempura Crispy Dory Fillet with Guacamole, and sweet char-grilled Elote (corn with butter and cheese). There is also Easter egg painting where winners stand a chance to get $100 voucher by posting pics at #LowerEastSide on Instagram or on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
Lime’s culinary brigade will be whipping up an extensive repertoire ($108++ to $148++) with highlights such as Herb-Crusted Chilean Sea Bass, Jamon Iberico, Chilli Crab and Singapore Laksa with Slipper Lobster. Plenty of chocolate Easter-themed treats will be given away as well.
Be like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory with this buffet brunch ($78++) at Tablescape at Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa and look forward to a resplendent buffet spread of international fare, including a sizeable assortment of chocolate delights and a giant chocolate bar weighing over 100kg! There’s no better time to be a chocoholic than now. Available Apr 20, 11am to 3pm.
Email Hotel.Sentosa.firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
Champagne Brunch ($158++) on Sundays at the Edge in Pan Pacific Singapore just got a whole lot sweeter. Apart from their usual intercontinental brunch fare, they also have an assortment of 20 different-flavoured chocolate Easter eggs. These include white truffle, honey truffle, chilli, Earl Grey, vanilla peppercorn, candied ginger, caramel sea salt and more. Available Apr 20, 12pm to 4pm.
Edge, Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595, Tel: 6826 8240
For all mammoth eaters, Spathe’s Easter brunch is for you. Expect sharing plates of signature and new dishes such as Tipsy Chicken ($55 for 1.5kg) – a beer-infused chicken. Other brunch stalwarts like Eggs Benedict ($17) are also served. Available Apr 18 to 20, brunch from 10am to 5pm on weekends.
8 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-01, Singapore 238958, Tel: 6735 1035
Sweetmeats & treats
With the arrival of Easter, an array of baked goodies and chocolate treats is available
A favourite aspect of Easter is definitely the array of chocolate treats and spiced hot cross buns available. We round up a few of the best places to grab some of these goodies.
Artisan Boulangerie Co.
Artisan Boulangerie Co. has cute little spiral-shaped Brioche Bunnies with chocolate chips.
The hot cross buns are coated with a sticky apricot glaze and filled with sultana, fresh apples and orange zest, then flavoured with cinnamon. Made fresh daily and available until Apr 21.
Gourmet Carousel has Easter eggs in various designs such as with little chicks adorning the treats, an Easter Orange Tart, as well as the Raspberries and Chocolate Millefeuille cake.
It also has Cranberry and Orange Hot Cross Buns.
For enquiries & orders, call 6589 7788 from 11am to 9pm or E-mail email@example.com.
Da Paolo Gastronomia
No hot cross bunnies this year but Da Paolo Gastronomia is bringing back the prettily-designed Easter Bunny Cupcake, a butter cupcake frosted with either chocolate or vanilla icing topped with ears and an adorable face. Available till Apr 21.
Baker & Cook
West-siders, rejoice. Baker & Cook has opened an outlet at Chip Bee Gardens in Holland Village, and just in time for Easter. The hot cross buns with sultanas and currants come in a pack of six and are made fresh daily.
The spice blend with spices such as cinnamon, coriander and cloves is made in-house. Baker & Cook also has gingerbread Easter bunnies and chocolate hot cross buns.
The Line Shop
Shangri-La Singapore presents an enchanting line-up of Easter goodies and buffets for adults and kids. Executive Pastry Chef Hervé Potus has created new Easter confectionery for sale at The Line Shop.
This year’s goodies feature six different Easter eggs clothed as hotel staff. Available until Apr 20.
Call 6213 4398 for enquiries.
Cedele by The Bakery Depot
Known for its efforts to support wholesome eating, Cedele by The Bakery Depot does the same with its Easter offerings. Familiar favourites such as the Classic Apple Cinnamon, Chocolate Walnut and the savoury Cheese Onion Mustard Hot Cross Buns make a return.
It also has a new Hummingbird cake – banana cake with pineapple, cream cheese frosting and dark chocolate and pecan nuts. Available until Apr 25.